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Finance under state capitalism: Re-conceptualising capital markets through China’s financial transformation

… As I argue in an article that was recently published in Economy & Society, states can potentially exercise a considerable degree of control over financialization, thereby shaping its very form. What we can hence observe is a ‘financialization with …

Finance under state capitalism: Re-conceptualising capital markets through China’s financial transformation

Financialization:Market Discipline or Capital Discipline?

John Milios/ Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos A crucial aspect of nearly all contemporary approaches to imperialism is the idea that the domination of neoliberalism and of the globalized financial sector of the economy produces a predatory version of capitalism, a capitalism …

Financialization:Market Discipline or Capital Discipline?

Derivative and difference. On the stratagem of différance in Derrida

In the case of derivatives, it is always also a matter of a differentiality that is shifted and shifted in time, whereby one can paraphrase this with Derrida’s stratagem of “différance”, which he presented in his writing Marginalities of Philosophy. …

Derivative and difference. On the stratagem of différance in Derrida

Value, Fictitious Capital and Finance. The Timeless of Karl Marx’s Capital

Karl Marx is not a proponent of classical value theory as labour expended. Marx developed in Capital and his other mature economic writings a monetary theory of value and capital.2 He analysed value as an expression of relations exclusively characteristic …

Value, Fictitious Capital and Finance. The Timeless of Karl Marx’s Capital

Bichler/Nitzans “Capital of Power”

At first glance, it seems that Deleuze’s concept of structure involves a complex form of the so-called creorder, a term that appears at the forefront of the methodological findings of the economists Bichler/Nitzan. (Cf. Bichler/Nitzan 2009) If the structure is …

Bichler/Nitzans “Capital of Power”

Elie Ayaches and Suhail Malik’s heterodox concepts of finance: the frenzy of contingency

The heterodox positions of Elie Ayache and Suhail Malik on contemporary finance are often perceived in the haze of accelerationism, although not widely discussed. Let us first turn to the prosition of Suhail Malik. For us, the contingent price movements …

Elie Ayaches and Suhail Malik’s heterodox concepts of finance: the frenzy of contingency

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